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[[Image:Bartusz-exhib-1973.png|thumb|Juraj Bartusz, retrospective exhibition in Košice, aluminum art objects from 1973-74. (Photo: Milan Bobula) The objects were made according to computer drawings utilizing boundary curves generated by the HP 9030A computer.]] [[Image:Fischer-cubistspictures-1983.png|thumb|Daniel Fischer, ''The Cubist's Pictures Can Be Read Like a Modern Poetry'', serigraph, 1983. From the series ''Images-Poems'', this artwork was generated by the CDC3000 computer and the Calcomp plotter. The artist used an earlier version of the image to create an oil painting in 1982.]]
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- Zdeněk Sýkora with Jaroslav Blažek, Prague, since 1966, first computer generated line paintings in 1972
- Jozef Jankovič with Imrich Bertók, Bratislava, since 1966/1973, lithographies and serigraphies based on computer-generated drawings
- Juraj Bartusz with Vladimír Haltenberger, Bratislava, since 1973, manufactured sculptures based on computer-generated curves
- Daniel Fischer with computer engineers Pavol Fischer and Igor Klačanský, Bratislava, since 1975, computer morphing line drawings
- Petr Kotík with Jan Kučera, at Buffalo University, 1971-1983
- Milan Guštar has been providing technical support for the works by David Černý, Silver, Federico Díaz, Miloš Vojtěchovský, Michael Bielický and others since 1987.
- Jaroslav Frič with Josef Svoboda (Polyvision, 1967); Jaroslav Frič with Radúz Činčera (Kinoautomat, 1968)
- Dvizheniye group, Moscow, 1962/64-1976
- Exat 51 group in Zagreb ?
- ARGO group, Russia, early 1970s
- Open form in Poland
- Theremin Center Moscow *1992